The morning after the night before!
How cute is this Monroe-print circular plastic box bag?! Such a great piece.
The BVFF is the only vintage fashion fair in southeast Queensland to have a best-dressed-in-vintage competition. (We also have a licensed bar and swing band which is pretty cool). The winner gets $200 in vouchers to spend at the fair, second prize is $100 and third prize is $50. Not bad, huh?
These 2 girls won, and spent their vouchers with me which meant I got the chance to have a chat with them.
They each made these costumes themselves, including the bustle and corsetry. Apparently they have many such costumes which they mostly use in period re-enactments. Awesome!
This guy had the look!
I like the odd Lea Stein piece, and I certainly appreciate how collectable most of it is. Great colours in this one!
Deco-style jewellery props with beautiful bangles.
1920s celluloid dance purse (compact) with original silk tassels. As both a compact collector and a lover of early plastics, I had to have a stern talk with myself in order to walk away from this one!
First public outing for this 40s dress, and my hair wasn't too bad either!